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Back to the future

This report looks at lessons from recent history to illuminate the potential consequences of the UK Government’s

Preventing youth homelessness

This report examines how well local authorities in England prevent and respond to youth homelessness. It assesses

Behind Global Britain

A new report from the British Foreign Policy Group’s Edward Elliott and social researcher Sophia Gaston shows

Control, order, hope

Our prisons are in a terrible state. This has not come about overnight. For decades our prisons

Austerity: there is an alternative and the UK can afford to deliver it

“A decade after the financial crash, people need to know that the austerity it led to is

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By Jonathan Thomas

This report looks at lessons from recent history to illuminate the potential consequences of the UK Government’s proposed future immigration…

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By Luke Heselwood; Imogen Farhan; Aidan Shilson-Thomas

This report examines how well local authorities in England prevent and respond to youth homelessness. It assesses how far the…

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By Edward Elliott; Sophia Gaston

A new report from the British Foreign Policy Group’s Edward Elliott and social researcher Sophia Gaston shows Britons are deeply…

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By Rory Geoghegan

Our prisons are in a terrible state. This has not come about overnight. For decades our prisons and the public…

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By Harry Quilter Pinner; Dean Hochlaf

“A decade after the financial crash, people need to know that the austerity it led to is over.” These were…

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By Mike Buckley; Kate Green MP

Human rights abuses, immigration scandals and poor decision-making have left the immigration system in need of urgent reform, according to…

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By Andrew Harrop

New Fabian Society analysis published to mark the start of the 2019/20 tax year shows how Conservative policies on tax…

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By Stuart Adam; Paul Johnson

This Saturday (6 April 2019) marks the start of a new tax year. Unlike many other countries, the UK routinely…

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By Nigel Koehane

Further education colleges provide skills to 2.2 million adults and 16-18 year-olds. Compared to those on the skill level below,…

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